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The communications devices that I use the most often from home these days are in this order:

  • My voice, when talking to everybody here at the house
  • E-Mail. I get about 1200-1400 a day, actually read about half of them and send about 50 a day. Either my own personal email or my corporate Lotus Notes email.
  • VOIP: I converted my home office telephone to Vonage and since MCI is doing their best to piss me off lately I will be converting the house line over this month. To do this I am going to add a new switch to dedicate to the VOIP traffic since I am going to end up with three Vonage voice adapters on my network, (1 office line, 1 house line, 1 FAX line and a line for my daughter.)
  • Cellular: Since my office telephone rings on my cell as well as on that office telephone, while I'm "in-transit" somewhere I can still get business done.
  • CB Chat! :-D

In reply to Re: At home I most often use by blue_cowdawg
in thread At home I most often use by davido

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